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Wales’s capital and largest city, Cardiff has been named as the European Capital of Sport for 2014, and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the UK. The biggest draws are the Millenium Stadium (for the Welsh national rugby union and football teams), Cardiff Arms Park (home of Cardiff Blues and Cardiff RFC rugby union teams), and the interactive ‘Doctor Who Experience’ at the BBC Roath Lock Studios in Cardiff Bay – where the long-running series is filmed. When it comes to restaurants in Cardiff, the regeneration of the city has been matched by a quiet revolution in its food offerings. The overall style tends to be easy-going rather than formal, with superior Welsh ingredients taking centre stage, from the French-accented Woods Brasserie (noted for fresh fish) and Bully’s, a tiny restaurant with a big reputation among local foodies, to the classy South Indian cooking of Mint and Mustard.
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Still going strong after 25 years, the Thai House has built its success on consistently high standards – no doubt bolstered by an excellent location… more »
A vibrant, trendy bar close to the Millennium Stadium, Pica Pica is a hot spot for after-work drinks & pre/post-match festivities, with swish modern… more »
Considered by many to be the best Chinese restaurant in the city, Happy Gathering is a long-standing fixture on the Cardiff dining scene. Regulars… more »
A Cardiff institution, this humble-looking eatery is renowned for its spicy curries, ‘amazing’ thali specials (£5.99) & authentic Indian sweets… more »
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